Minors

Minors

(For non-business students only)

Both the Minor in Business Administration and the Minor in Entrepreneurship. are interesting and relevant add-ons to any major programs. Students of any field will find in these two minors the basic principles of business that will help them transform their passion into a financially viable activity and enable them to potentially make a living of it.

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Minor in Business Administration

8 courses (24 credits)

The following courses are required for the Minor in Business Administration:

  • BAC 121 – Purposes of Accounting
  • BFN 100 – Basic Finance (requires BAC 121, ECO 103 and MAT 196)
  • BMA 140 – Statistical Analysis for Business Decisions I (requires MAT 196)
  • BMG 100 – Understanding Business and Society
  • BMK 211 – Marketing Management

Plus 9 credits of Business electives.

Consult the Williams School of Business section of the Academic Calendar for program requirements and details.

It is strongly suggested that students consult the Academic Advisor or the Department Chair prior to embarking on this Minor.

Minor in Entrepreneurship

8 courses (24 credits)

The following courses are required for the Minor in Entrepreneurship:

  • BMG 214 – Introduction to Entrepreneurship: New Venture Creation
  • BMK 211 – Marketing Management
  • BMK 291 – Entrepreneurship Lab I
  • BMK 392 – Entrepreneurship Lab II

Plus 12 credits of Business electives.

Consult the Williams School of Business section of the Academic Calendar for program requirements and details.

It is strongly suggested that students consult the Academic Advisor or the Department Chair prior to embarking on this Minor.

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Have questions about studying Business Administration at Bishop’s? We encourage you to contact the Dean of the Williams School of Business.